Carter wants to find out how someone broke into Stark's impenetrable vault and got his technology out. She goes to Jarvis to help her. But before they could start, Thompson brings him in because the license plate found when she tangled with Brannis, led to Stark. While interrogating Jarvis, Thompson mentions he knows about something from his past that could have him deported. Carter manages to get him out. They proceed to the vault and learn how they got everything out.
Did You Know?
The strongman on the boat, Jerome Zandow, is named after the character of a circus strongman who appeared in Captain American Comics # 5 (1941). See more
In the scene where Agents Roger Dooley and Ray Krzeminski are going through the room where the man with no voice box had been staying they find 3 passports with fake names based on film directors. The British one is Alfred Lean (Alfred Hitchcock/David Lean). The American one is Orson Hawks (Orson Welles/Howard Hawks). The Italian one is Frederico Rossellini (which I assume is Frederico Fellini/Roberto Rossellini)
The series is set just after the end of the second world war and is presumably in 1946. Although Frederico Fellini was a film scriptwriter at that time he did not direct any films until 1950 so this is a factual error. See more
I was I An 8-hour shift, and I got a whole 50 cents in tips. The war's over. I thought we were all spending money again.
Someone to Watch Over Me
Written by George Gershwin
(uncredited) and Ira Gershwin
Performed by Helen Forrest See more